Searching for “UIWebview” in XCode will show false positives:
You may notice “UIWebView” references within your Capacitor-based iOS project. Files within the “CapacitorCordova” pod, for example, relate to Cordova compatibility. These will **not** trigger the warning.
I updated our UIWebView blog post last week to include a list of common Cordova plugins that still use UIWebView. Assuming the other steps are done (sounds like they are), check this list.
@netkow i’m helping him via skype This he UIWebView in the search that comes from CordovaLib are the one we can ignore, yes, but if there are any other results, it’s a good way of finding out where they came from
Thank you for your help.
For most of the plugins you listed the solution is “switch to capacitor”. I didn’t use Capacitor yet and I really don’t know which are the consequences to switch to it, but, it means Cordova will be no support in future? Because, I think most of the ionic projects are at the moment Cordova based.
I’m still having this issue and I’m not able to fix it.
This is the list of the plugins installed (a section of the package.json file).
I already tried to remove the facebook4 plugin and it is the only one listed in the official article you posted. Is there also the cordova-plugin-inappbrowser plugin but I already updated it to the lasted version.
Checking for UIWebView in all the plugins code i was not able to find one using it.
Do you have a clue about with one is causing this?